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Topic - Sarah Gardner Borden
''Games to Play After Dark" opens with a scene that deserves to become a classic. Kate and her friend Darcy are giving a party in their Manhattan apartment. They spend the afternoon buying a ham and other lovely things from Balducci's, they go home, put the stuff away, get themselves ready for the party, and then Darcy starts cooking from the "The Union Square Cookbook."
Ms. Borden does not so much make this story new as tell it in high-definition detail.